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6 tips for Labor Day weekend

Aug. 31, 2023

From safety tips and dining hall hours to noise and fireworks ordinances, here are some things to keep in mind as we head into Labor Day weekend.

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Support when traumatic incidents occur at other schools

Aug. 30, 2023

Familiarize yourself with CU Boulder’s alert system, resources for navigating trauma, research insights among our scholarly community and more.

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From police chiefs Doreen Jokerst, Maris Herold: Welcome, Buffs!

Aug. 29, 2023

On behalf of the CU Boulder and city of Boulder police departments, we join together to celebrate the start of a new academic year. Our departments are committed to working together to keep everyone in the Boulder community safe.

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CUPD provides 24/7 support

Aug. 28, 2023

The CU Boulder Police Department is a full-service operation and responds to university concerns around the clock. Learn about campus safety resources, make sure you're registered to receive CU Alerts via your mobile number and more.

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Expanded emergency notification moves from pilot phase to adoption

Aug. 24, 2023

Campus officials will continue to send emergency alerts for off-campus incidents that pose a threat to life and safety, partnering with the Boulder Police Department to share confirmed information quickly.

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5 things everyone should know about sexual assault

Aug. 22, 2023

Sexual assault can have lasting impacts on individuals and communities. Here are five things everyone should know about sexual assault.

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New phishing scam targeting students

Aug. 16, 2023

The Office of Information Technology works hard to stop phishing scams, but we need your help to be proactive in identifying, reporting and stopping attacks. A recent scam plays on what most students need: a job and money.

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Innovative license plate reader technology now in use on CU Boulder campus

July 17, 2023

Newly installed cameras at CU Boulder will help police detect when vehicles connected to suspects or crimes enter campus, helping initiate proactive investigations.

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Police to focus on more inclusive, accurate language to describe suspects

July 12, 2023

In an effort to use more inclusive language in emergency alerts and other communications during critical incidents, CU Boulder Police are expanding their diversity, equity and inclusion training.

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Police, researchers use grant to develop new tools to better assess the risk of targeted violence

July 7, 2023

As students return to campus in late August, CU Boulder Police and the Center for the Prevention and Study of Violence will be adding a new tool to their violence prevention toolkit called the Targeted Violence Lethality Assessment Protocol, or TV-LAP.

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